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Mar 20, 2011 4:30pm PDT
is serving nearly half a million people a month. >> we're using our food to feed people that could get from other sources so many people can't benefit from the food that we provide. >> the latest figures show 4.2 million californians qualify for food stamps, only 48% of them sign up and had a leaves estimated $4.9 billion on the table every year. they blame a 13 page application process that requires fingerprinting. >> most states don't do it wait california does. so individuals are need of help but we're losing money. >> they are hoping governor brown will help simplify the requirements but until then, food banks are taking action. >> second harvest recently launched a mobile unit to go out into the communities to make it easier for families to apply for food stamps. >> the pilot project hopes to reach more people using the mobile food connection. >> eventually we'll be able to o they won't have to go down. >> advocates say they should be getting the food they need and is there for the asking. karina rusk, "abc 7 news." >> with employment high, con artists are targeting job seekers more an
Mar 13, 2011 4:30pm PDT
with the history of a gun use. >> feeling of being able to help young kids get off the streets is a good cause. being able to help them live better lives. >> they will have the support of police it will not be a reciprocal relationship. >> we know at any point they are seen working for the police, their credibility and life could be at stake. >> still, the workers understand that a certain amount of danger comes with the territory. >> i think able to being out there to help another life, i think that is great thing. >> and the very existence of these programs depends on how the align the police and outreach worker is drown and other cities when the line has been crossed. >>> a san francisco teacher is using her skills to improve the lives of thousands of students in afghanistan. education reporter lyanne melendez has her story. >> children playing in the school yard slowly once again becoming part of the afghan way of life. 1979 soviet invasion then a series of wars prosecute practically destroyed the education system. taliban also banned girls from attending classes. >> in the last few years,
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